[BusyBox] ctrl+c not working for bash
allanc at chickenandporn.com
Thu Aug 18 08:53:27 UTC 2005
prashant waman wrote:
> my /etc/inittab contain
>now when system starts up init reads the inittab and
>runs /bin/bash and shows the prompt bash-2.024]
>but ctrl+c is not working for the shell. if i try to
>stop any custom program using ctrl+c, the program
>get interrupted by ctrl+c and terminates normally.
>what is the problem?
>and what should i do to overcome this?
Since you're posting to the busybox list, I'll assume you're using busybox.
Your console control might be due to the fact that you probably have no
/dev/c1 device, but I could be wrong. It might be somewhat related. If
you don't know what I mean, your answer is in the documentation of
busybox. It's available from the link "Documentation" on busybox.net,
and is the first response when I blindly put "busybox inittab
documentation" into google.
I regret if I've missed a previous post that shows you're using busybox
with a traditional /sbin/init.
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